POWO

Nautilocalyx vestitus Feuillet

, J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 2(2): 833 (-836; fig. 7) (2008).
IPNI Identifier
urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:60450221-2
Publication
Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. Fort Worth, Texas
Collation
2(2): 833 (-836; fig. 7)
Date of Publication
9 Dec 2008
Family as entered in IPNI
Gesneriaceae

Type Information

Collector Team
J.A. Steyermark, P. Berry, G. C. K. Dunsterville & E. Dunsterville 117244
Locality
Cumbre del Cerro Guaiquinima, a lo largo del affluente del Río Carapo, 1 km río arriba del Salto Szczerbanari, alt. 730–750 m
Type Locations
holotype VEN
Latitude
5° 44' N
Longitude
63° 41' W
Protologue Distribution
Bolívar (Venezuela, Northern South America, Southern America)

Remarks

Etymology: The epithet vestitus refers to the dense, brownish or white indumentum that covers the stems and leaves of the plant.

Links

Basionym of
Centrosolenia vestita (Feuillet) M.M.Mora & J.L.Clark, Syst. Bot. 41(1): 94 (2016).